National

Subway Providing Connectivity To DMRC's Magenta Line Opened At Delhi airport

The lifts which have been installed in the subway for passenger movement are more spacious than the general lifts installed in the Metro system and have a capacity of carrying about 26 people. 

Preparations at Indira Gandhi International Airport, Delhi for testing international travellers in the wake of worldwide spread of Omicron, a Covid-19 variant of concern.
info_icon

A subway was opened at the Indira Gandhi International Airport Terminal 1 on Wednesday to provide connectivity between DMRC's Magenta Line metro station and the airport arrival area, officials said.  According to officials of the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC), the 130 metre long underground pedestrian subway was opened for public in the presence of DMRC Managing Director Vikas Kumar.

Each entry and exit of the subway has two escalators and two lifts each along with a staircase. The lifts which have been installed in the subway for passenger movement are more spacious than the general lifts installed in the Metro system and have a capacity of carrying about 26 people. The subway has also been decorated with attractive artwork to depict the rich heritage of the region, the DMRC said.

Important: We are happy to announce that we have successfully completed the migration of our site @outlookindia.com to enhance your experience as valuable user. But due to the scale of operations some data discrepancies may arise. We apologize for any inconvenience and thank you for your patience and understanding during this period.
Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement